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Northern Pintail Male - Minesing Wetlands
Male Northern Pintail swimming in the spring runoff at the Minesing Wetlands. Located in Ontario Canada. This digital zoomed photo was taken in April 2014.
|Photo Attributes:||Aves, Canada, Simcoe County, Anatidae, Anas, Anseriformes, 2014, Chordata , Minesing Swamp, Minesing Wetlands, Nottawasaga River, Anas acuta, |
Ring Necked Duck - Male - at Minesing Swamp
Male Ring Necked Duck swimming in the spring run off at Minesing Swamp, also know as the Minesing Wetlands. Taken in early April 2014.
|Photo Attributes:||Aves, Canada, Simcoe County, Anatidae, Aythya, Anseriformes, 2014, Chordata , Minesing Swamp, Minesing Wetlands, Nottawasaga River, Aythya collaris, |
Female Mallard at Heritage Park in Barrie
Male Mallard swimming in Lake Simcoe at Heritage Park in Barrie.
Male Mallard walking across on Lawn
Male Mallard walking across lawn.
Pair of Trumpeter Swans in washed out field.
Photo of a pair Trumpeter Swans feeding in a washed out field at Minesing Swamp and Nottawasaga River during the spring swell.
|Photo Attributes:||Canada, Anatidae, Cygnus, Swan, Springwater Township, 2011, Minesing Swamp, Nottawasaga River, Cygnus buccinator, Trumpeter Swan, Ontario, |
|Animals Gallery Links:||Animal Pictures at National Goegraphic|
|Birds Gallery Links:||Atlas of Breeding Birds of Ontario|
|This web site, which serves as a complement to the book, contains several items that you can access online, such as species distribution and effort maps, various interactive data summaries, options to download the raw data and more.|
|Bird Feeder (wikipedia)|
|Useful site for identifying birds by various attributes.|
|Ducks Gallery Links:||Duck - Wikipedia|
|From site:Duck is the common name for a number of species in the Anatidae family of birds. The ducks are divided between several subfamilies in the Anatidae family; they do not represent a monophyletic group but a form taxon, since swans and geese are not considered ducks. |
|Ducks Unlimited Canada|
|A Wetland and Wildlife Conservation Organization|
|Anas Links:||The Anas genus on wikipedia|
|from site: Anas is a genus of dabbling ducks. It includes mallards, wigeons, teals, pintails and shovelers in a number of subgenera. Some authorities prefer to elevate the subgenera to genus rank. Indeed, as the moa-nalos are very close to this clade and may have evolved later than some of these lineages, it is rather the absence of a thorough review than lack of necessity that this genus is rather over-lumped.|
|Anatidae Links:||The Anatidae Family (ducks, geese) on wikipedia|
|from site: Anatidae is the biological family of birds that includes ducks, geese and swans. The family has a cosmopolitan distribution, occurring on all the world's continents except Antarctica and on most of the world's islands and island groups. These are birds that are adapted through evolution for swimming, floating on the water surface, and in some cases diving in at least shallow water. (The Magpie Goose is no longer considered to be part of the Anatidae, but is placed in its own family An|
|Canada Links:||Canada - Wikipedia|
|Government of Canada Site|
|Official web site for the Government of Canada.|
|Chordata Links:||Chordata - information from Wikipedia|
|from site: A chordate is an animal of the phylum Chordata. All chordates possess 5 synapomorphies, or primary characteristics, at some point during their larval or adulthood stages that distinguish them from all other taxa. These 5 synapomorphies include a notochord, dorsal hollow nerve cord, endostyle or thyroid, pharyngeal slits, and a post-anal tail. Chordates get their name from their characteristic “notochord”|
|Minesing Swamp Links:||Minesing Swamp - Wikipedia|
|Minesing Swamp is a Ramsar boreal wetland in central Ontario, Canada, identified and classified through the International Biological Program.|
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